Are you taking the plug wires off while the car is running?
JAMESZ said:Since you are doing that go take it to a mechanic to do any further work on the car.
♣Zen31ZR♣ said:Do a compression check. When you pull the spark plugs, make sure none of them are fouled. Compression should be between 125-150 psi depending on your altitude and engine condition. No lower than 120 psi and no more than 10% deviation between cylinders. If you don't have a compression tester, one can be had from almost any local auto parts store for $16-$30. I paid $17 for mine and it works perfectly.
zx86 said:cool thanks but if the compression is off than if it was running and i took a wire off the distibuter it woundent change cuz tats wat happens well thank
♣AsleepZ♣ said:Yeah uh, in this forum we speak something called "English"
I have no idea what you just tried to say. The compression doesn't matter if the spark plug is firing or not. You don't even have the spark plug in when your checking a cylinder's compression.